Roundtable: Computing hosts debate on big data

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We examine how to harness the data held by organisations and how to deliver business value

Big data can include social media content, email, HTML pages, instant messaging logs, blogs, digital images, high-definition video files, surveillance footage, e-commerce transactions, call records and...

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